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What is the predicate noun or predicate adjective in this sentence; The thickened mass eventually becomes cheese.

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    ok. i think the verb is becomes and the predicate noun is cheese?

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    You're right! :-)

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    Yes! :) what about this one: The cheese manufacturers sell the cheesse to food stores. would the verb be sell and thpredicate noun be cheese??

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    The verb is "sell." But it's not a linking verb so cannot be followed by a predicate noun. Its direct object is "cheese."

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    oh ok thank you!!! and this is the last one i promise.... Slowly the curd becomes more solid. verb: becomes and predicate adjective solid??

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    Correct! :-)

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